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Antique Polychrome Gilt Wood Buddha
South Sea Kwan Yin
Riding Dragon

Origin: China, Circa: late Qing, 1875-1911

h.27.2 in. X w.14.6 in. X d.8.7 in , 8 kgs
Condition: very good!

This exquisitely carved and gilt camphor wood sculpture depicts KwanYin, the embodiment of compassion, standing in tribhanger on a ferocious dragon frolicking in the whirlpool of the South Sea. She is dressed in full robes, with eyes down-cast in serene expression, holding a life-giving vase in her right hand, a boon granting gesture in her left, and riding a Chinese dragon, which is the symbol of creative power, the spirit of change, and of life force itself.

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